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Saphira_27 SR N557 Kings and Curses: Part Eight Jazan was the most powerful sorcerer that they had. If there was anything magical that could be done, he would be able to do it...
SR N558 Kings and Curses: Part Nine Sambar bellowed, "Press through! They're a distraction! We've got to get to the guards at the palace!"
SR N559 I Will Stand Alone: Part One Prince Jazan the Fourth of Qasala strode down the halls of the palace, his long legs eating up the distance quickly. At sixteen, he'd finally reached his adult height...
SR N560 I Will Stand Alone: Part Two Jazan stared at Nightsteed. "What's Lord Asyir been arrested for?"
SR N561 I Will Stand Alone: Part Three He hoped Nightsteed had managed to find Seji. The dungeons were full of listening spells – and Jazan didn't like his chances of managing to foil all of them...
SR N562 I Will Stand Alone: Part Four Outside of the palace, these tunnels weren't particularly well-maintained. The stone was dank with mold and mildew, and many of the cobbles under their feet were crumbling...
SR N563 I Will Stand Alone: Part Five He shut the door behind him, and as he locked it again he heard a noise that made him jump and almost drop his tray. It was only after it repeated that he realized it was a snore...
SR N564 I Will Stand Alone: Part Six Kiri said, her voice small, "Could you win if you fought him?"

Jazan merely shrugged. "Maybe." If Razul were half-asleep. And dizzy.

SR N565 I Will Stand Alone: Part Seven She sniffed. "How can it be that we did everything right, and it still went wrong?"

Jazan offered his best explanation. "Because Fate is a vindictive twit?"

SR N566 I Will Stand Alone: Part Eight Asyir and Seji would be ready to deal with anyone who broke through, or fight if it all went wrong.

Jazan, with both sword and magic, had to be prepared to fight the Werhond.

SS N568 Mr. Cuddles Katrina asked, not liking the cold feeling at the pit of her stomach, "What in Neopia would scare a Meepit?"
SR N572 Honor Among Thieves: Part One Everything on Marlos's desk was just the way he liked it. His brass lamp was polished mirror-bright, his case of colored inks was set out with each color in order...
SR N573 Honor Among Thieves: Part Two Marlos thought as he crouched in a shadowy alley not too far from the palace. He wanted nothing more than to go home, get in bed, pull his covers over his head, and make this all go away.
SR N574 Honor Among Thieves: Part Three Many of the buildings were boarded up, with signs on the boards saying the buildings were unstable. Nabile and Tomos went straight to one of these. Marlos frowned. "Is that safe?"
SR N575 Honor Among Thieves: Part Four Stealing the proof they needed would be, as it turned out, far easier said than done. It would either be in Lady Marcia's apartment in the palace or the mage's rooms in the Mages' College. And both, to Marlos, sounded about as wise as throwing gold coins into the middle of the Sakhmet marketplace...
SR N576 Honor Among Thieves: Part Five Zina complained, "I don't like it. I don't see how they run in these." She kicked at the hem of her long skirt.
SR N577 Honor Among Thieves: Part Six "Do you relish the title of thief?" 

Dom stood straight and tall. "Thief's a sight more honest than traitor. Wouldn't you say?"

SR N578 Honor Among Thieves: Part Seven By the time Marlos woke the next morning, Nabile had already returned with several Tchea Fruits and a carved walking stick. The Draik resolved to never ask any questions about where they'd come from.
SR N579 Honor Among Thieves: Part Eight If the king had been at his desk, the black thing would have been upon him in an instant. But the study was large, and they were far enough away that King Coltzan was able to draw his sword...
SR N581 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles: Part One She hesitated. Going into the Haunted Woods – into the very darkest, deepest, worst part of it, at midnight – that was so reckless that Katrina could hardly even get her mind around it.
SR N582 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles - Part Two Katrina yawned in the greyish light of early dawn. She wasn't a morning person by nature, but they had to catch a stagecoach – a stagecoach, of all things – to get into the Haunted Woods, and it left early.
SR N583 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles - Part Three Zillie held on to Mr. Cuddles as tightly as she could. That was the only thing that the Purple Kyrii could do, lost and alone in the howling storm of wraiths.
SR N584 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles: Part Four Katrina didn't know how long she knelt there in the cold, the foul mud of the Haunted Woods soaking through the legs of her pants. She didn't want to get up. She didn't want to have to decide what to do next.
SR N585 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles: Part Five If she got half a chance, she wanted to see all four of those stuck-up maniacs, plus this Overlord dude, taking a face-plant in the dirt.
SR N586 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles: Part Six Zillie thought she had dozed again – the next thing she knew, Mr. Cuddles was nudging her and there was the sound of a key rattling in the lock.
SR N587 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles: Part Seven It hadn't been hard to decide on a plan of action. Zillie, Mr. Cuddles, and whoever had taken them were all inside Castle Nox...
SR N588 The Mysteries of Mr. Cuddles: Part Eight Zillie had heard a howl like that before – she would remember it anywhere. Werelupes. Close Werelupes.
SR N591 King of the Land of the Sun: Part One The Darkest Faerie, once called Melanthe by those who knew her, stepped out of the middle of the flames in the dark space. "Why, hello, Altador."
SR N592 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Two "I've had some word from my contacts. The Thieves' Guild is trying to move further into Altador."
SR N593 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Three They'd flush out their quarry and hunt them down, and even the notoriously tricky Thieves' Guild would be no match for a righteous thief and two powerful kings.
SR N594 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Four Jazan clearly wasn't listening – he was lost in his own thoughts. Altador stopped trying to make conversation and focused on their surroundings instead.

So he saw the shape on the rooftop in front of them raise a crossbow...

SR N595 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Five Julius and Hestra were running around checking pulses as Altador had – Julius reported, "Everyone's alive, sir. Though with the headaches they'll have..."
SR N596 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Six "They believe in you, Altador. They believe that you will lead them through this fear and uncertainty. As does your Council."
SR N597 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Seven The Darkest Faerie, once called Melanthe by those who knew her, stepped out of the middle of the flames in the dark space. "Why, hello, Altador."
SR N598 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Eight The fortress ahead of them was larger than Altador had anticipated – a sprawling ruin of dark stone stacked into hole-riddled walls and crumbling towers...
SR N599 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Nine Altador couldn't strike at the heart of the fortress right away – and he had a feeling that the heart was where Masila would be.
SR N600 King of the Land of the Sun: Part Ten Altador couldn't see what was happening around him – waves of flame and dark magic swamped his vision. It almost seemed that they formed the shape of a Faerie tall and slender, graceful and dark...
SR N604 Rogue and Rover: Part One "Kanrik!"

He looked up and smiled at the sound of that familiar voice. "Hannah!"

SR N605 Rogue and Rover: Part Two There was no such thing as waiting for the weather to clear on Terror Mountain. The sun shone through the clouds on only a handful of days each year, and even if there wasn't new snow falling, the wind still whipped the existing drifts back up into the faces of anyone unlucky enough to be slogging through them...
SR N606 Rogue and Rover: Part Three The air was already thick with snow as they approached Castle Whitestones – true to the name, the whole fortress, hanging on the side of Howling Peak, was made of pale stone that was practically invisible against white flurries and grey sky...
SR N607 Rogue and Rover: Part Four Before Noni had even finished the word "recognized," Kanrik knew the game was up. He flung himself to his feet and ran straight for the door...
SR N608 Rogue and Rover: Part Five Rahm was clearly intent on being a knight in shining armor, despite the fact that the little fire Korbat was small enough that Kanrik could beat him in a fight with one hand tied behind his back...
SR N609 Rogue and Rover: Part Six Kanrik's arm muscles burned as they scaled the top of a cliff so steep that they'd had to use their full climbing kit. Hannah grinned impishly at him from her seat, dangling her legs over the edge above him. "Come on, slowpoke!"
SR N610 Rogue and Rover: Part Seven Kanrik had expected that the tiny frost-witch would slow them down. But she walked icy ridges and steep slopes as quickly and easily as though they were paved streets...
SR N611 Rogue and Rover: Part Eight The ice knight's armor and helmet were studded with wicked ice spikes – Kanrik noticed those very clearly as the knight swung his shield at him in an attack that would have crushed him like a Grackle Bug.
SR N612 Rogue and Rover: Part Nine Kanrik had always thought that the idea of "wealth beyond one's wildest dreams" was entirely foolish. He could dream of quite a lot.
SR N613 Rogue and Rover: Part Ten Kanrik looked around the cave – it was about the size of his room back at the inn in Happy Valley. "I wish we could risk a fire, but they'd see the smoke from miles off. Looks like we're eating nuts, dried fruit, and jerky again."
SR N620 It Takes a Thief: Part One "Nabile, are you coming to the marketplace with me or not?"
SR N621 It Takes a Thief: Part Two Kanrik took a deep breath. He had to lose the Queen of Qasala – she might be a noblewoman, but apparently it took more than twelve years of queenship to get the street rat out of somebody.
SR N622 It Takes a Thief: Part Three Hannah snickered. "You scare small children." Kanrik merely grunted...
SR N623 It Takes a Thief: Part Four It was starting to look depressingly like Jazan actually didn't hate thieves – he just hated Hanso.
SR N624 It Takes a Thief: Part Five Kanrik had to admit that, though King Jazan was potentially Meepit-in-the-moonlight mad, he exhibited fine desert hospitality.
SR N625 It Takes a Thief: Part Six Hanso twitched nervously. 

Jazan snapped, "Stand still."

SR N626 It Takes a Thief: Part Seven The Nimmo began, "I am Lord Norheim. The name will mean nothing to you, and that is as it should be."
SR N627 It Takes a Thief: Part Eight Brynn asked Jazan, "Sir, what are the chances of there being trouble at the tomb?"

Paselle snorted, flinging back a short lock of purple hair. "Certain, Miss Knight."

SR N628 It Takes a Thief: Part Nine Hanso was typically honest with himself, even when he was lying to everyone else. It tended to keep him from doing things that he'd view as stupid later.
SR N629 It Takes a Thief: Part Ten Udiza snarled, "We shall take this desert back from the mortals, King. I only wish you would live to see all the mortal rulers in chains, kneeling at the feet of the Faeries!"
SR N630 It Takes a Thief: Part Eleven Kanrik didn't have to argue with her again, because Mortman said, "When the king started throwing fire around, all of them ran for it. Sweet Fyora, I'd have run for it..."
SR N631 Fireballs Among Friends: Part One The fire gleamed bright in Rasala's hand as she whispered the words of the spell...
SR N632 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Two "Remember that. Always use as little energy as you can to achieve what you want to – you'll never regret having saved some power for later."
SR N633 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Three Rasala had to half-run to keep up with King Jazan, which wasn't easy after the long trek across the hot sand...
SR N634 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Four Esmeralda said, "Look, Father! Mama let us have coffee!"
SR N635 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Five Yvenya scoffed, "Even with three gifted mages you could hardly attempt all those... oh. Oh. Twins."
SR N636 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Six If sixteen years as king had taught Jazan absolutely nothing else, he knew how to recognize a power play.
SR N637 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Seven Yvenya sniffed as the four Order mages followed Seradar up to the second story of his tower. The old Xweetok said, "Hardly behavior becoming of a mage and a king."
SR N638 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Eight Jazan felt the surge and the wild magic it woke him up. Caspar started with a gasp, and Esmeralda fell off her chair. Then he heard, "Downstairs! Downstairs! Now, now, now!"
SR N639 Fireballs Among Friends: Part Nine Miskal said, worried, "We need to get shelter before nightfall. The borderlands are a bad, bad place after nightfall."
SR N649 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part One So what was a priceless statue doing in the hands of the two-bit mayor of this two-bit little place?
SR N650 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Two Theft. It made him feel a little nauseous, really. Corbin and Kell regularly lied their tails off, but theft was another level entirely.
SR N651 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Three Kanrik smiled despite himself. He would have preferred to break in tonight, but the Ogrin and the Wocky had clearly seen Kanrik and Hannah trailing them...
SR N652 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Four Corbin had officially decided that their life of crime was over. Somehow they'd gone from "grab the Arnsian and get out of here" to holding a little Usul woman hostage.
SR N653 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Five Corbin said, "My brother and I call ourselves the Monster Hunters. But that's not a good name for it, really. We try to protect everyone..."
SR N654 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Six Corbin didn't like the idea of going back to Marius's house. That hadn't gone well the last two times...
SR N655 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Seven And as everything had managed to go spectacularly wrong thus far, he had absolutely no confidence that this wouldn't come to a fight. Not when their plan was a trap with themselves sitting prettily inside it.
SR N656 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Eight This was a warrior's weapon, and, frankly, Corbin wanted nothing to do with it. That had been one of Dad's rules: when the weapons come out, the best place to be is gone.
SR N657 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Nine Masila sneered at Hannah as she stepped backward from a strike. "Still following him around like a good little Spardel?"
SR N658 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Ten Kell said, "Quick, nasty, and actually stands a chance of working. I like it."
SR N659 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part One Maestro Marcus believed the Virtupets Community Orchestra could be the equal of any musical ensemble Neopia had to offer, and no trifle like reality could convince him otherwise.
SR N660 Where the Wind Blows Wild: Part Five Corbin said, "My brother and I call ourselves the Monster Hunters. But that's not a good name for it, really. We try to protect everyone..."
SR N661 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Three "I've got arti-grav artificial gravity once we're in flight. You'll want to stay strapped in until I say, though."
SR N662 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Four "We'd better be ready gravity will be light, but this landing's still going to be rough."
SR N663 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Five The spokesperson of the black-armored warriors said, "Your people will be exterminated. There is no longer a place on Filion for the Children."
SR N664 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Six Abruptly, the dress didn't seem so bad. If they were going to meet the non-missing princess, formal was probably better. Subi called back, "Five minutes!"
SR N665 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Seven Up on the stage the Children of the Lonely Stars called it a dais Princess Arabel and Madame Ruska were quizzing Paloma as she sat between them clutching her bowl of soup.
SR N666 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Eight Rin said carefully, "Don't want to rush you people, but them getting in here would be bad, right?"
SR N667 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Nine "Heave-and-ho and turn the wheel,

Hull of iron and sails of steel,

Shining bright in the frozen night,

On to find the morning!"

SR N668 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Ten "Look at them. That one's slouching, and that one's leaning against the spell anchor. And that matte black armor is so they don't have to clean it regularly. Disgraceful. Even Sloth had more pride in the appearance of his soldiers."
SR N669 Children of the Lonely Stars: Part Eleven Diamal merely raised her hand and pointed. A swirl of magic, a feeling of vertigo, and the top of the spire was simple gone...
SR N670 Hotshots: Part One Mortman peered out into the dimness and the mist of the fens that surrounded Kiko Lake. It was midnight...
SR N671 Hotshots: Part Two Mortman waited with the two young hotshots in the cabin. They didn't talk much it seemed they had just enough sense to know that someone would be listening.
SR N672 Hotshots: Part Three "He used to be Guild?" Paselle asked dubiously. "Can we trust someone who used to be Guild?"
SR N673 Hotshots: Part Four The scroll was an important part of their mission at least to Galem, which meant it had to be to them as well. But Mortman had decided since he'd met these two last night that he had another goal...
SR N674 Hotshots: Part Five Mortman sidled in and took a table near the edge, but not so far that it looked obviously like he was trying to hide himself in the corner...
SR N675 Hotshots: Part Six When Mortman returned to Tobey's inn after his excursion, he'd expected to go straight to bed. Instead, he found Kanrik sitting up...
SR N676 Hotshots: Part Seven Roane was up late working. Frustratingly late. Mortman crouched, watching the window, though if he had to crouch much longer his muscles would seize up. He'd sent Kanrik and Paselle to check the perimeter.
SR N677 Hotshots: Part Eight Mortman didn't like their chances against pirate-trained fighters. What did they have? What could Mortman use to turn this fight to their advantage?
SR N679 Scarab Queen: Part One She surveyed the city as the hot wind blew her loose hair around her face, slightly bemused by the fact that most of the people out there called her "Your Majesty" and bowed their heads to her when they saw her.
SR N680 Scarab Queen: Part Two When Nabile entered Jazan's study, the Kyrii king was sitting at the desk, scowling as he peered at a dusty old scroll that was most likely written in something that barely resembled modern Neopian Common.
SR N681 Scarab Queen: Part Three It crashed against the wall behind her, and she heard a cry of, "Look at what you did, you idiot! You nearly killed the queen!"
SR N682 Scarab Queen: Part Four Nabile was starting to rethink the idea of getting involved...
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